Taylor & Huntington
American, active 1887-1890No Gender (Business or Collective)
Taylor & Huntington was a partnership of John C. Taylor and William Huntington which specialized in the publishing of Civil War views. Both men had primary occupations unrelated to publishing. The firm operated from 1887 to 1890, when it was succeeded by the War Photograph & Exhibition Co., itself initially a partnership of Taylor (secretary) and Huntington (president). Both firms drew from a collection of thousands of Matthew Brady negatives in their posession which had previously been in the collections of Colonel Arnold A. Rand and General Albert Ordway.
Found in collections
Taylor & Huntington has 1 location.
Studio or Business (1887-1890)
2 State Street